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The Summer Program provides a unique opportunity to observe the development and performance methodologies of Robert Wilson and his collaborators; to work with established professionals in the international performing arts world; to forge relationships with artists from a broad range of experience levels and disciplines; to develop networks of US and international professional contacts; and to investigate what it means to be a “global artist.”


Summer Program participants receive access to an extensive collection of resources central to the Watermill experience: daily meetings with Robert Wilson; lectures on subjects including theater and opera innovation, installation, design, and science led by international cultural luminaries, established artists and scientists; opportunities to propose and develop new work for public presentation during the annual Watermill Summer Benefit and Discover Watermill Day; 20,000 square feet of rehearsal/design spaces and outdoor stages; a theater production archive; an extensive physical and digital library; the Watermill Art Collection; and the Center's landscaped grounds. Additionally, participants have an opportunity to audition for Robert Wilson's summer staging rehearsals and to take part in workshops with his collaborators.

Application Deadline

Wednesday, March 4, 2015 at 5pm EST

Program Dates

The Watermill Center 2015 International Summer Program will run from:

July 13 to August 16, 2015.

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Peridance Capezio Center's Certificate Program

Have you heard about Peridance Capezio Center’s newCertificate Program? It is a two-year training program designed for serious dance students 17-28 years old, looking to invest 2 years into an intensive quality training program. Students have daily interaction with top dance instructors and choreographers. The program is currently auditioning for the Spring Semester beginning January 31st.

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Hello dance-techers, I would like to announce that will be producing a DANCE+TECH program for TenduTV ( starting this fall. I am very happy and proud about the opportunity of bringing the visions and performances of our field to a broader audience. DANCE+TECH will show the depth of the research, the complexity of the topics, the engagement of the practitioners and the relevance of embodied practices. An of course the fun of working with dance and new media. is a community focused on innovation, creativity, generosity and self-discipline. DANCE+TECH/the program will amplify its pulse. This is my commitment! DANCE+TECH/The program adds value to your participation in the network and bigger exposure because it will bring more visitors to our site. It is in our dialog that these and new programs will emerge! Thank you Marlon Barrios Solano PS: we also have new logo! Press release: TENDUTV REINVENTS THE STAGE WITH DANCE-TECH FIRST ADAPTATION OF A SOCIAL NETWORK INTO LONG FORM PROGRAM NEW YORK, July 28, 2008 - TenduTV (, the first broadband channel focused on dance video, announced today an agreement with online community Dance-Tech ( to adapt the social network into a self-titled monthly, long-form program. Dance-Tech will feature in-depth interviews with leaders, scholars and innovators in the performance art world who are taking advantage of new technologies in creating their work. The Dance-Tech program and related content will be made available through TenduTV's distribution, syndication and advertising partners beginning in the fall of 2008. "The technologies enabling both the art and science of movement have entered into an amazing and significant growth phase" said Marc Kirschner, General Manager of TenduTV, "in the last few years, movement and technology have combined to form the Segway, the Nintendo Wii and Oscar Pistorius, the double-amputee sprinter who nearly qualified for the Beijing Olympics. Dance-Tech will showcase a combination of technology and artistry that will educate and amaze." "We're thrilled to have the opportunity to invite more people to participate in our discussion," said Marlon Barrios Solano, founder of Dance-Tech and host of the Dance-Tech program. "With the larger reach of the TenduTV network, Dance-Tech will be able to share our community's passion and accomplishments with a much wider audience." Dance-Tech will be co-executive produced by Marlon Barrios Solano, Marc Kirschner, and Kevin Harkins. Early featured guests will include choreographer Gideon Obarzanek, of Australia's Chunky Move, who combines real-time motion tracking, generative animation and lasers to create unique dramatic landscapes, and Amsterdam-based choreographer Emio Greco, whose Capturing Intention research project has revolutionized the field of dance notation and documentation with its findings on computer based gesture analysis. ABOUT TENDUTV TenduTV ( is a broadband television channel featuring staged and filmed modern and contemporary dance and ballet performances from both established and emerging choreographers. The TenduTV channel will be launching in the Summer of 2008 on select video platforms, including TidalTV ( ABOUT DANCE-TECH Dance-Tech ( is a Ning-based social network catering to an international community of artists, scholars, technologists and organizations working within the disciplines of performance, science and new media. Members of Dance-Tech showcase their work, share ideas and opinions, and find collaborators for future works. Dance-Tech was created by former dancer Marlon Barrios Solano, who serves as Social Media Specialist for Dance New Amsterdam and is the Online Festival Coordinator for the Dance Films Association.
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WATCH PROGRAM INTRODANCE TECH is a program that features the highlights of the interviews. DANCE TECH explores the intersection of cutting edge digital technology and the performing arts. This program is conceived and produced by Marlon Barrios Solano in collaboration with ProgressiveIMG. and distributed by TenduTV, first broadband internet TV channel dedicated to dance.This first episode celebrates the work of three movement artists and their very different explorations with interactive technologies, choreographic approaches and artistic intent.The featured artists are:Gideon Obarzanek talks about the process of creating performances "Glow" and "Mortal Engine" using interactive digital technology.Jill Johnson tells us about her experience working on her performance/installation "The Copier" with the Company "Cedar Lake" using "improvisational technologies" and a non-conventional space.Rachid Ouramdane explores plasticity and multiplicity in his solo multimedia performance works.Watch it in TidalTV!
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